Introits: or Ante-communion psalms for the Sundays and Holy-Days by John Henry AlexanderIntroits: or Ante-communion psalms for the Sundays and Holy-Days by John Henry Alexander

Introits: or Ante-communion psalms for the Sundays and Holy-Days

byJohn Henry Alexander

Paperback | October 12, 2012

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1844 edition. Excerpt: ... below Must richer, riper grow,--Warmed by a ray more genial, pure, and high! And all the Love and Faith, That blossomed in the path Of olden saints, more need be in our part; Till here, one day, we bring Best, hardest offering--The walking in our House with perfect heart! See 1 Thess. v. 5. Second Morning Lesson. Deut. xxx. 11--14. First Evening Lesson. S. Joann. x. 9. Gospel Tor the Day. Gnlat. v. 22. Second Evening Lesson. ftrtnttg PSALM LXVII. Not only from each cloistered pile, Where men do come and pray the while To be preserved from sin and guile--Let the tones of praise ascend to Thee; But from each lowly, moss-thatched dwelling--From each sad haunt whence sighs are stealing, And mid the Ocean-surges swelling--Wake Thou, O mighty God of land and sea, The prelude to our psalm in thy Eternity! Thou once wert merciful to give Thyself for us, that all might live;--Make us that saving health receive, Teach the path-way steep that Thou didst tread: That, whether 'neath thy sharp Cross bending, Or warning calls to Earth-kings sending, Or, as one day, thy throne ascending For righteous judgment on each trembling head--We still be thine, O Saviour mild and dread! Then shall the Earth her increase give----The fruit of lowly souls that strive In thy calm light and love to live, Spirit! who art brooding o'er our throes: Then, past each care and doubt distressing, All mortal gloom and sorrow ceasing, Our Triune God will give His blessing, No tongue can tell or thought attain, to those Whose Life-psalm sung on Earth, in Heaven more tuneful grows! Just Bnnbajr after trinttg. PSALM CXIX. Beati immaculati. What tone so lingers on the Psalmist's harp? Winning both ear and heart with music mild, And melting down all discord harsh and sharp?--Blessed...
Title:Introits: or Ante-communion psalms for the Sundays and Holy-DaysFormat:PaperbackDimensions:20 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.04 inPublished:October 12, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217493106

ISBN - 13:9780217493109